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Economics professors reveal costs of domestic violence in North Carolina

The statistics are startling: one in four women will be a victim of domestic violence at some point in her life in America.* On average, three women are killed by a current or former intimate partner every day.** While the...
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UNC Charlotte and SineWatts win second SunShot Incubator Award

SineWatts Inc., a clean-tech startup company based in Charlotte, in collaboration with UNC Charlotte’s Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC) as its primary research partner, has been selected for a second...
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University to use $12.5 million grant to launch national transition center for students with disabilities

Preparing high school students with disabilities to transition to college or careers requires interagency cooperation and proven strategies, which will be the focus of a new national technical assistance center to be housed...
Forty IX'ers: Know Your Title IX

Four-part series 'Forty IXers: Know Your Title IX' scheduled

UNC Charlotte’s Title IX Office, the Center for Wellness Promotion and Dean of Students Office, in conjunction with the Feminist Union, will present the four-part series “Forty IX'ers: Know Your Title IX.” The series will...
Wenwu Tang and students working with the LOAM GIS

Faculty members studying teaching and learning, SoTL grant period open

UNC Charlotte faculty members are actively engaged in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, the disciplinary, cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary study of teaching practice and student learning. The Division for...
personally speaking james tabor

‘How the Apostle Transformed Christianity’ focus of Personally Speaking talk

The Apostle Paul is the single most influential figure in human history, suggests UNC Charlotte Religious Studies Professor James Tabor in his latest book “Paul and Jesus How the Apostle Transformed Christianity.” Tabor...

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  • campus conversation
    October 22, 2014
    Provost Joan Lorden will host the campus conversation “Ebola: Understanding Facts and Confronting Fears” at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 28, in Cone University Center, McKnight Hall...
  • The Muslims are Coming!
    October 21, 2014
    The Campus Activities Board (CAB) will host a screening of the documentary/comedy “The Muslims are Coming!” at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct.29, in the Cone University Center After...

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julie marinoJulie Marino, Giving Green champion for the College of Health and Human Services, views Giving Green as a way to feel connected to the workplace. “I recall many instances when I received support along my path to higher education. This support took many forms – emotional, academic and financial. If I can remove an obstacle standing between a student and his/her education, then I’m all in.”

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